Printers, Data Recovery, Upgrades, Maintenance, & Other IT Services

Data Recovery Recover documents, photos, contacts, email, or other files that were accidentally deleted or lost in a hard drive failure.

Computer Disaster Recovery – Restore data and programs following a catastrophic computer failure.

Computer Backup Setup – Enhance safety by enabling onsite and/or offsite computer backup and restore.

Computer Disaster Prevention – Setup onsite and/or offsite data backup as the best protection against a computer disaster.  Create a disaster recovery plan.

Computer Setup – Setup and configure your new PC or Mac.

Data Transfer – Move documents, photos, contacts, email, and other files from an old to new computer.

Software Installation – Install software to your computer either from a disk or from a download.

Printer Setup & Sharing – Setup any brand printer and install it on your computer via a direct connection or share it with multiple computers through a wired or wireless network connection.

Printer Repair – Troubleshoot and repair all printer brands.

Computer Performance Improvement – Speed up your computer.

Computer Upgrades – Add memory or switch from a hard disk drive to a solid state drive.

Computer Cleanup – Cleaning up the junk can speed up your computer.

Computer Security – Configure your computers and network with the appropriate level of virus and other malware protection, hardware and software firewalls, access authority, and file permissions.

Computer Safety for Kids – Install and configure the latest software and hardware to assure Internet safety for kids.

Network Setup & Upgrades – Setup a business or home network or upgrade a router, modem, switch or other hardware.

VPN Setup – Setup a Virtual Private Network to improve your Internet security.

TV & Audio System Setup – Setup and configure surround sound and home theater systems.

Computer Remote Monitoring – Monitor your computers, servers, and network to identify and head off problems before they escalate.

Remote Assistance – Solve computer and network problems via remote computer access in which a ComputerLab technician (with your authorization) connects to your computer over the Internet and takes control of it.  Remote computer access provides fast support at a cost savings over an onsite visit.

Scheduled Computer Maintenance – Perform a program of scheduled computer, server, and network maintenance that can help prevent future problems.

Computer Preventative Maintenance – Cleanup and tune-up your computer and check for signs of small problems that may grow in the future.

Laptop Screen Repair – Replace a broken laptop screen.